Buck Pryor | Desert Prayer

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Desert Prayer

by Buck Pryor

Desert Prayer is Buck Pryor's first studio recording and strongest work to date. Recorded live in Brooklyn New York, this mellow and sublime sounding recording touches heavily on feelings of loss and simple beauty through cinematic original songs...
Genre: Easy Listening: Easy Pop
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1. Car Song
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4:27 album only
2. Death Toll
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4:10 album only
3. Lady of my Soul
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3:19 album only
4. My Boy
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3:15 album only
5. Prayer Song
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3:36 album only
6. Desert Home
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4:07 album only
7. Nicotine Dreams
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3:23 album only
8. Desert Chill
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4:20 album only
9. A Coma Recapitulation
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8:31 album only
10. Days, Months, Years
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3:01 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A few months prior to the recording sessions for “Desert Prayer,” I went through my record collection and considered my favorite albums. I attempted to focus in on specifics: What attracted me to a particular recording? Why did a particular record sound cool to me? What musical ingredients made it killer and indispensable to me?

I was mindful of these questions when I entered the studio to make “Desert Prayer.” I wanted a live band recording to capture the energy and spirit of the music. Fortunately, I am pleased to report that the whole experience of making this album went far beyond my expectations for the project. It’s a mellow, agreeable, sublime sounding recording that I’m quite pleased with...

Thanks for taking a moment to check out a track and enjoy.
– Buck Pryor


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